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Dec 5, 2013 11:00pm EST
means you can buy the stock of safeway, the owner of the supermarket chain, think again. let's say you don't want exposure to jpmorgan because you think the bank's in too much legal trouble. by all means go with morgan stanley, which is becoming much more of a depositor's institution, and that means risk-free assets and pays you less than they earn. the net interest margin. we're going to be talking to the quintessential bank stock later in the show, texas capital bank shares, as it'll make money lending money to companies that are doing well and clean up on those deposits too, and they're not in the crosshairs of anybody. now let's get beyond the banks. my colleague david faber had an amazing interview with kyle bass this morning on "squawk on the street." he's buying gm aggressively. i was kind of blown away by this. he said, listen, one of the chief reasons is that a big jump in rates could ease the pension liability burden of the company. why didn't i think of this myself? that's because general motors can invest money and get a better return that could then lead to an $8 billi
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